A unique fusion of Schecter's HELLRAISER and SLS models, the Tempest Hybrid is a combination of the most sought-after features of each. The Hellraiser's signature highly figured quilted Maple top is n... Click To Read More About This Product
A unique fusion of Schecter's HELLRAISER and SLS models, the Tempest Hybrid is a combination of the most sought-after features of each. The Hellraiser's signature highly figured quilted Maple top is now redesigned with a more sculptured arch and is set into the Mahogany body with an increased upper access cutaway.
The Tempest features EMG's 57/66 Active humbuckers with Brushed Black metal-works covers and a high gloss transparent black burst finish. Schecter Locking tuners and GraphTech Tusq nuts are standard.
The SLS shares the HH's popular thin, fast neck profile and satin finish. The compound radius ebony fingerboard is adorned with a block inlay, synonymous with the Tempest, that adorns the entire neck. The three-block inlay sits proudly at the 12th fret.
Case sold separately.
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Hellraiser Hybrid Tempest Electric Guitar:
This guitar is simply amazing. I was a little weary at first because there's so little customer information on the Hybrid series. I've a C-1 Hellraiser for years and had grown annoyed with it, even after putting SD Blackouts in it. When it finally arrived, I immediately fell in love with it. It's a much heavier guitar all the way around. Both in pounds and in tone. The only draw back out-of-the-box is the fact they put cheap slinky strings on that buzz. Changed those, and I was all set. This guitar can easily stand up against other's double it's price. It just feels so natural to hold and go up and down the fret board, especially with having shorter fingers than most guitarists.